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  1. Yeah. after you rig it up it's actually great for wedding.
  2. I would be interested in some testing with the FF HD mode. I remember hearing sometimes ago that some EF glasses has a bigger image circle than FF. Maybe in one of @Mattias Burling videos. If this is true you can have dual-pixel autofocus fast medium format glass. A man can dream ?
  3. sirui monopod is pretty much the only thing out there that fits your criteria. I have tried a few other monopod and none came close. what kind of setup do you have on top of your 204? I have a p4k fully rigged on top of my 424 and I can extend the 2 top section fully without issue. You do have to make sure your setup is balance on the head though.
  4. it's like a cheat code. you have a giant diffuser around the room making everything flattering. Especially for the light beam from out side the window like this picture without haze machine it's near impossible to see those
  5. On the cheap side you can get either nanlite forza 60 (micro bowen mount) or came tv boltzen 55w (fresnel). Both are perfect for wedding since they can be powered by npf or vmount. I am using a godox sl60w for wedding atm but I am getting the nanlite for the ease of transport. people have been raving about Kinotehnik Practilite 602 but it's too expensive for me atm. It has bi colour so might come in handy btw I don't recommend the aputure mini. Too week for most wedding setting
  6. HD full frame mostly. I use 4k from time to time for the reach but don't really need the resolution
  7. funny enough IQ is the one thing that I think this camera excel other than AF. Match really well with my p4ks and the file is a joy to grade
  8. It's not really ibis but a post stabilization software using the gyro data from a attachment box. Your image will be cropped like other post stabilization but the result is unbelievably good
  9. verry interesting. I haven't updated any of my cameras yet since we are in the middle of wedding season. But all of our bm (2 p4k and 1 p6k) has been really reliable so far. We use npf plate and t5 ssd on all of them and none has any shut down issue. I have found if the ssd is more than 3/4 full, it takes a lot longer to read. The playback thing is the same with every bm camera so it's not a bug.
  10. I used ef 50mm f1.2 for that shot. oh you want to save some money ? https://www.slrlounge.com/real-lens-flare-right-way/?fbclid=IwAR2XJJb4LosDsxn-_kxXCUnkuTmMEChGSV0bAWr7AjLU8YHcLc4l_vUFGco
  11. Lidar can achieve accuracy of 1mm so depends on the implementation, SDOF should not be an issue. The only draw back I found was specular surfaces but @BTM_Pix seems to be on top of it. Now if @BTM_Pixcan get the gyro information from the p4k chip and use it with steadxp that would be another game changer. IBIS with autofocus, a man can dream
  12. Sun flare is part of lens characteristic. While my zeiss milvus is bloody sharp with a good dose of micro contrast, the coating eliminate any short of sun flare whatsoever. during bridal shot I like to use canon 50mm f1.2 to get that crazy sunflare.
  13. what's the issue actually? rear element hits the glass?
  14. BTW have you experienced any issue with smooth reflective material like metal roof or wet bitumen? That is the one issue with Lidar scanning
  15. damn my day job is land surveyor, I use trimble scanner all the time and never thought of applying it to autofocus system. Great job mate. I'm guessing for manual lens like zeiss milvus or cine lens, focus gears is the way to go. Sign me up for preorder, kickstarter or whatever meant to get this. with this, I can retire my eosr and put a p4k on gimbal.
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